The Eryri 50/Snowdonia 50 is a 58 mile footrace that encirlces Wales highest peak. The route begins and ends in Betws y Coed using the trails and paths of Snowdonia National Park. Competitors have 12 hours to reach Llanberis – approximately halfway, and 24 hours to complete the whole loop. The runners are expected to be self-sufficient between checkpoints and with over 8,000 ft of elevation to climb, its a real challenge.
Elton Angle-Smith led from the early stages with Owain Williams close behind in second place but by CP4, Williams assumed the lead and Connaire Cann moved into second place. By CP6, Lenny Hiughes was in second place and he maintained that position until the finish.
|1||Owain Hunt Williams||11:15:28|
|Starters: 68 Finishers: 55|